Court Reserves Bail Ruling For 66 Indian Nationals to Monday

Sixty-six Indians who are accused of working in the country illegally have until Monday next week to know if they will be granted bail or not after Senior Resident Magistrates Court in Lilongwe reserved its ruling.

The 66 who work for Salima Sugar Company were arrested Wednesday and are answering the charge of working in the country without permits.

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